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VOL. III.
KASLO, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 8,1898.
no. m.
M. P. P.
��� O voters! listen to ray prayer!
Turn not from me your face!
For. though I'm but a little man,
I want My Proper Place.
My'Party's Pearl I'm sure I'd be
At legislative lore,
(Much Profitable Patronage
I see, too, for my store!)
Much Petty Perjury I haw
Right here to prove to you
Moral Public Prostitution
Is all my foes can do.
To keep mo from the pedestal
Which I would fain surmount,-���
My Pinnacle Particular!���
Which really should not count.
Mendacious Pirate Plunderers
Are all that you have sent,
Thus far, unto Victoria
ss
Yourselves to represent-.
They seo not in tho mystic sign
I covet--"M.'P. P.'V-        ..     ,.
The meaning proud, so plain to one
Ot My Pure Pedigree. .    ���','
TOf ORDERED TII Mi! fiffl
io' Ii
aiiur
i Territory of
.   e
son aid (Into
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rs of tlie Christokl Colon oa Boardh Steamer Hesoiute���Mis;
Clara Bark's Good Wort
POLITICAL POINTERS.
The Opposition Bay: "Vole for
Green, the friend cf the woikin^'man!"
-���who permits 60 of them i.o be sland-
en i behind their backs without a word
oi  irote it from himself.
'. -. i    11 clann ra   for ''moral
ting Mr.Green.
bave beon   "the   rotund   indi-
iti  -   it long   letter, to
beiii v.  he had i omething tu say.
Washington, July 7.���Secretary Lon;.-
has just cabled Admiral   Sampson   or-
���dei-ing. him. to   detach   iniuietliat.l,
X.'giarop��iore Watson's squadron andad-
I iv,*i*''aB the latter to proceed at once on ���
  ( .. aev . has ' friends  on
1  an ; hi een the
��� r   . ���:    Sun c : lo
leirfi '    I       Ilea -       n
i ���;��� mind      uan u , the
I HI
. in \i
whit
A. long and labored   effusion in last
tub il Colon, ih.*  fa ti  '   boat of the (harbor, the flames burst forth from a
Spanish fleet a i      erythii      *.    dooelfire  hole  and  caught  the woodwork I
to give per a good  chance  to   escape. I around, causing quite a serious confla-
it
as the intention 01 17 .' i'i
or i.
fuegosi i
ecun i
Thus now, hy My iVaselitmontPtaio,  his hil-%��on To Spain.   The vessels will
I trust you clearly^see
There's no one else ou earth will B
These letter.*���only ME!
So pray give ine your confidence
Tobolp to rule .your land)
("Twill help along your credit
At tho corner-grocery stand!/
What?    "M.v   Past Performances,"
you say,
"Will be enough for me'"
".My Present I' -O'tiisos won't earn
The title 'M. P. IV!"
"You're not to be caught with chaU'.''
Oh, can sin '> Ihings be true!��� -
Oh, Misled l'nl>;ie, Pause! I pray,
Ere makiii;.1 i'vi en turn blue*
' ���   - Si.'i.   "
be tha  Iowa,   Oregon, Newark   am
throe cruisers besides toalshlps.
visions.   All  the   vessels
short ol coal,the Cbristobal Co
lng on!/ :'. Jay'a supply) which
.uvii
ai
il.iMu.liu, Ih1hii.Ii ...i.-iml.
Washington, July 7.���Tho preside:!,
'signed the resolution annexing ll,..-
Hawaiian Islands at 7 p. tn. ft is th i
view of the Hawaiian authorities that
Hawaii becomes a part of tbe U. S. the
moment the president attached his signature to the resolution of congress.
Sa.itinv
I    then
11
to make I yratiou.    Thero was   much commotion
an     ; I o-1 i-mong the   passengers.   Many   ladies
i'i j v.ere taken ashore in   life  boats.   Sir
.-; Oliver kept very cool   and   materially
e.ss.-e-  assisted in   preventing a   panic.    The
r
aniards ; tlames were got under control and the
Brook-: steamer was towed in.     	
���-:,��� i as I; 	
night s
Su      .
it
ii a
H-y consider
her  th
NEliAL
Mr, BatllUltC!
Sandon---l'Yid.iy,
Subscribe   for   tl
News.
���H MiClli.K'
'.ily 8.
b   Kaslo   Morning
PROt l,\MATION.
PROVINCIAL KU'.CTOKS' ACff.
uue or two of the Spanish ho.'.ts   to   e..
cape.   Tha Brooklyn vis Ijit ir-time;..
Ilu,
si .
.11
; Items of Merest to the Citizens of Kaslo, Occurring Hero and There.
llolisou is Kxe_u*��nfl*6_',
Otf Jarag.ua, July ii.--Naval Constructor Richmond p. Hobson of Jhe
llagsliip Now-Vork and seven seamen
who composed thc crew of the Merri;
mac which was sunk by   Hobson and
York,   July  7.���The  foi low ill
���am   v.its    received    today   by
*\,
! oab
Stephen Barton from. Miss Clara  Barton       "'   '������'
"Siboney, July li, via Playa del E le.
I���Barton, New Vork:   We   pa
tl r's front in the   n��hl   lor  food
Head the Morning News.
Robert Jackson of the Jaikson-inir.es
is iu town.
companions in the channel of .Santiago i and clothing for refugees who an led
Juno III last, were exchanged today.        |l0|   Santiago by the t. .   star.
NOTICK OF I'Ol.MN'd I'LACIM.
Slocan Riding of Wesl Kootonay I'lue-
toral District, lowif:
Public notici i- hereby given In tin*
Electors of tlie ,'i" in Hiding of west
Kootonay Electoral District that a poll
has become necessary at un election
now pending for tho .-mine and thnt.
such polling will be open from 8 a. ui.
until 4 p.m. on Saturday the ninth,
(!*th).i��]rof Jul... ... d., i.si)8, at th��
following places:- \   ���
Polling ��� ���  ��� .' '' Dcputv Returning
Place*. ' Officers,
jlty offices, Kasio..  . William J, Twiss
government building. Ainsworth	
 ias. W."Smith
ll* Boy. Walter A. Morkley
locau Groataffs. Robert A. -Bradshaw
iobsoo vP. R. C. Beer
"Jeer Pauk.-.. * H. K. Livingstone
' locau City lohn L. White
V.u-MUe Inweph Gibbs, M- !->���
il verton J. A. McKinnon
|>c  ow Denvur Henri R. Jorand
hree Forks r'rnast.Harrop
andon S. A. Mighton
Whitewater J. A.W. Bell
fgenta   ..... ,7F. W. Pettit
lbiiee Point W. H. Sinclair
Given under*', kuand ut Kaslo, B.C.,
is twenty-fifth'da.- of June, A. D-,
SW. 17. .-. ANDREWS,
|f turn ing Officer, SViioau Riding, West
Kootenay. _.*���������'.���
PriHimeiM qf-tb" Cristobal doioUs
GttantMWim, July I, 8 p. m., pur the
Alii .iuteiM're ;.i Despatch boat, Hani y
via Kingston, Jaiiia.1 :t, July 5, fj p. m.
(Delayed in tranM*ulBsion.)*~rhe str.
Itewiliite arrived today Wlljh 50fl prisoners, inchuliiig 1:1 oiiieers, and the
ore - if the Spanish 11 ulsM Cristobal
f'nljti. Tho disposition of the prisoners is not yet decitkid on The number
#f killed and wounded of tho Colon Is
very small. Tho cuinircd Spaniards
were remarkably toh*orful. The officers claim they ha'd had nothing to oat
for'J I hours before the destruction of
the lloet a.id they hud groat difficulty
In getting the men to iln'ilr posts, and
ing and miked. The Snt:-, ���   Te
goue to PoH'Antonio for to  save
bei ji \"''   ' ���
��� ir    ..'���:;,,,.-,
pile i we can from both
..... and pink no;
'" ibli i-i !'n.d 'suppHei.
.V'. !   i-  ���;���:
��� ��� in :.ik.in trom pur operating t.ibies
M laid on tluvorass, often without
blankets,,t>r shelter from rail at sun.
As others die the clothing is t
put on the imiii d i.o go) thei   down to
SilKiney teu nillaa 0V�� i    Ibi
army wagons.   Mrs.  Gardnei    my sol I
and the whole   working   force  ol   ih.
Red Cross at tho front  are  In     h
*
range-of the Bhat**y I ooti      Tl
.t , nrusAMng splendid
therefore large amount!of liquor.vere
uiven out.. Many of the captured sailors still showed the effects of drink
when put on board the Resolute. '
. Tho Spanish officers say tho ordor to
sail was gken by the Minister of Marine, and they decided to'm4ke   an at-
��� ���    ���
tempt, to escape on, Saturday night, but
it was postponed until Sunday morning
for the reason that quarters inspection
would be held at that  time  and  the
A. W. Koss of New Westminister is
in the city.
I, Sleo has returned from a trip
ane. ..     ,.
i'or -rood maple lyrup with tout hot
i ak ���.-��� go tin* u.ieoii. *
Ice cream served free with all order*.
from ", to3'p  in. dui'y ut LlioQuoon. *
' . i'. : ill, :. Spoliicr .-' (i-iiiny, v,-n:
iu imi :��� . it lay and rotiirtied this
i locnlng*.
���
.) .
rhejiicii are as brave as lions,   jhafte
l�� acting wisely und humanely, doir.;;'
all he can. Wo return to thc front
soon.   (.Signed)      Ci.aka BABTOJS '
led, at the Mause. by Rev. A.D
' i ��������� .1   ,. '   '���    .   at   t)   p. in..
Anderson to airs.   Dora Gear.,
; Kaslo.
.   ' or  ".
jumb    ��� ���   .
nd assertion     '.'   ������. 11
....
I-, , i   ui le not     ly  t|
mc   :.i-1,
, irl b r.
ill have
Good
.'       .: is
pport"
.  the
.0 that
-..   Ret ii-
VTotoria,
.  govern-
o-Ui n-
Oi  ' ���*'. pri it ker :-i a
li 7 y, in whli I
made up of i     nati m-
itlii '��� . (Ihinamen   an .   Dagoes,
and u ii  a bei ol tl a  no  vi te.
So i W'  Ko
la, olitica   are    liarflly    ever
mi
Con
���: CANDIDATBS.
(. the   lea Who Kill
Run jm ;'....
Sir sJUKvr- Muwnt Prevents a Panic
Kingston, Out., July 7.���Sin .-Olive r
Mowat had a startling experience last
night on tho  steamer Jubilee,  which
was bringing himself and man;,-' other
Americans would nyt be at their guns.' passengers back   from  attend;',,  the
None of the Spaniards expected to bo ! McDowell Centennial  Celebration at
,   I ���      '**
alive at noon on Sunday. Most'Of their   Fredrieklmrg.   When opposite Clark's
valuables were put on bcerd the'Chris- mill house near the entrance to the
I . i. Martin returned frSm Victoria
lost night, having sucoesuf'illy  passed
��� *<-
tiio o'luuiiiation  required  for  admis-
-1��
sio.i as barretter after  having spent
his six month's probation io the province.
sid-vander will give a gold
i*in ' ������.''����� to auy one who can
prodno. a watch that he oftnnttt put in
perfect order. He o*B be found at thc
Kaslo Drug store. Call and see
him. *
lion.
Alb... ai���1 .   '   .Nelil
..   - ... ih mi
I    I!
ri li ...      i Allan
c wi . ii Berd
. lot
'��� U Harris
Cootcr.ii ,
Noi Walla
Soutl   Rid 7  0 ���.. dlie
Koote *
Noi '    : ... I I ���
���  Re,         >- . dlio
I'o.     Martin
SI,'.. ' ';, fit
,
het*<
..-.;:.    ...     UcC!     or..M    ei linie
Nuuaiiuo. North- Bryileu Ettllier
Nanalmo, South    A'aikein Smith
New \.'     mii   tor   Bi iderson .Brown
Victoria City* Tarner  rtelyea
l [elmcken Gregory
H-'.ll Stewart
''ol'iiilitps IJeaven
Victoria, North���Booth Patterson
Vancouver-���C-ai den Martin
' a  roll   Cotton
McDonald... Macphorson
Dowser Tisdal.'
Westminster   -
Chilliwaek Tumor Munroe
Delta -Benson Forster
DeWdnoy���M.-i'ride Whet ham
Richmond- McQueen Kidd
Yale, Wi st    McKaj Semlin
Yale, Noi i'i    M: i tin Beane
Yale, Kast���Ellison ;.. .Graham
Advortlbo iu the News.   It pays. Published Evbry Morning Kxcept
.Monday at Kaslo. li. C.
Subscription. $1 per month-Advertising rates made knov-n on application.
JULY, 1895..,
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A GOVERNMENT VICTORY .11 IS T
AH RAD.
There are the very strongest Indications observable Hint when tomorrow's
sun shall set, the government party of
hoth Slocan riding and the I'rovince in
general will bo found lo he returned to
power, The swing of victory is already
in the air and the Opposition, recognizing it, are cabling about in desperation to avoid a landslide at every polling place in thc riding.
A careful survey of tho field and its
conditions jiitstities this forecast. Mr.
Isctallaek has had tho superior organization and the personal superiority on
the platform. Ilu has treated his opponent in a generous nnd manly fashion, and has plainly profiled by it. The
English speaking nice are love, ol
fair play and it does not take thou:
long to decide, on such ground as to
who is their choice.
Add to this Mr. Retallaok's brood
and liberal platform add contrast it
with Mr. Green's publicly announced
opposition to the Government and his
cheese-pariug economy. The result
will not long deter the great majority
Of voters from deciding that it is better for themselves anil th- I'u'.lre Hid-,
ing to return Mr. Uetiillark. and the
Government party to power: bettor to
be represented by u mining man than
n retail merchant: by u inai ivbo ;. In
favor of progress Instead - ��� ta rnatiwi
and retrogression.
These are tha leading motive* thai
hnve decided the great majority of tb��
voters in favor of r&turfillig Mr. Ri tal
lack tomorrow.    And their   minds  ill
so fully made up   and   thi    Opppsitloi
-know  it so  well  that  tbey are now
merely keeping the Held   tn   maintain
appearances and let themselves down
gently to political oblivion.
.MK. KETAUACK'S ACCEPTANCE
EMTORIAL-OUTCROPriNOS
To the Electors of the Slocan Riding of
West Kootenay Klectoral District:
Gentlemen���At tho request of a large
proportion of the community representing every section of the Hiding, I beg
to announce myself as a candidate for
your suffrages iu the coming elections.
In respectfully soliciting your votes
and support, 1 declare myself a supporter and follower of ��� the Hon. .1. II.
Turner as tho loader of the only party
in this Province with a defined policy
and coherent existence.
During my eight yoars' residence in
this district 1 have been a consistent,
supporter of his party in recognition of
their attitude in meeting, and In cases
anticipating the requirements nud expansion of this great mining region.
1 am in favor of the following reforms:
I. The abolition of tho tax upon
working miners.
���2. The abolition of the Mortgage
Tax.
3. The distribution of seats in the
Legislature in direct proportion to population.
-I. I do not approve of the policy of
the late Legislative Assembly in using
their Influence to exclude toreign railroads, such as the proposed railroad to
Boundary Creek.
i .">. I favor certain revisions ln the
Mineral and Lund  Acts,  particularly
some easy plan by which the holders of
claims can advertise out their defaulting co-owners.
I ii. In filling all government appointments I am in favor of appointing bona
fide residents of the district iii ail cases
where such can be found competent to
act,.
j 7. I believe that the Provincial
Legislature should bring all the aid
and intluenco at its command to the assistance -of ��tho lead mining;, industry, especially In tho direction of
obtaining stronger recognition from
the Federal Government at Ottawa oi
tho Importance of this industry and the
disadvantages under which it now
labors.
if you do me the honor to elect mo as
your representative, I. will at all times
ondeavor to protect tftttd further this interests, not only of the prospector, but
also of all those employed in and
around our mines, recognizing that our
entire community Is dependant upon
the mining industry.
Pam, gentlemen, your obedient, servant, John L. Rkiallack.
M'MliEK OK VOTKKS RIKilSTKKKl).
Tho following table shows tho number   of   registered   voters   in    Slocan
riding:
Town. No. of Votes.
Kaslo  672
New  Denver  208
Sn ndon  lfjfi
Slocan City  145
Three Forks  96
Ainsworth  78
Silverton   63
Whitewater         68
llohson  21
Pilot Bay  19
Cody  19
Bear Lake  16
Balfour '.  16
Vcvev  11
Ayhv'in  11
Duncan  10
Hear Park  5
Rbsebery	
McGulgan     4
l.ardo  1
Kokanee  1
$fboan t rosslng  1
Total 1,610
mining dlatricts, pauteg through the custom
house nt Kimlo to foreign smelter* for tha live
recorded months of 1H95, till of lSOfl ��nill8��7:
Cross Weight tiros" Value of
of Ore In Lbs. Ore In Dollars
1895 (5 months)          '.!,'.*0_,R��) t   114,541
1890 (12 months)....       28,8*4,624 1,114,110
1H97 (12 months)....        78^90,890 8,099,6.
Year.
Totals.
MM 43,804
14,828,4!)
STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Following ia a table of the lending  mocked
mining companies oi the81ocanand Alnswortli
mining divisions:
, . , No. oi   I   Par   | Market
Companies. BharM rvalue I Vuluo
MIR IK G RECORDS.
, MKTAI. lll.'DTATIONS.
'.. ,v York, July 7.-Sliver. .">S'\-
l.oml --Strong; b'OMtl' price, 1S.sn. exchange
M.0.'.C#l.07'f
Oltl-'.Slfil'.MKNTS.
from Jim. 1, isos, to d*t*3 tns   lending mines
oi the sioeiin region bave snlppefl over ths
Kailo A Slooan Railway for wator tranipo^a-
mm limn K'nsln, ns lollows: ,.
I'ayne	
Slocnn Stnr	
Kuth	
liceo	
Noble Kive...	
Washington	
Hiiiiibler-Cniiboo....
Surprise	
Charleston	
iloo.leiunigli	
i; cat. Western	
.liieksoiKNonh'nllell
American Hoy	
Kaslo-Montezuma...
Dardanelles	
t.ib.son	
\\ underfill	
Si. Keverne	
Idler ..:
London nm..: ... .
illnek Diamond	
Dellie	
Ellen	
McLeod	
Twin	
l.OOO'ioo1
l.lW.IHM.
1211,000.
1,11110,000
l-,_09J008
l.lHKI.OOO
l,nuu,iK��j
225,000
1.71,000'
MHI.IWO
NIII.OIK)
1,000,000
1,000.01X1
1,850,000
1,000,000
I'���7I,I1U0J
1,IHH),���,
1,000,000
l.lll III ,IHKl'
f,0li.lill0|
1,2ttl.0IKi
750,000
1,000,000
1,000,000
l.lKKI.IKKI
(2.6.1
.501
Jtl I
ifl.Oll1
i.ooi
l.oo,
1.001
1.001
1.001
l.OOi
.80
l.oo!
i.ooj
l.oo!
l.OO'
1.00'
1.00'
1.00'
l.oo;
.25
.50
1.00
1.00
1.00]
l.oo!
92.00
i
1.60
.18
.25
i
t
.'16
.30
.25
.15
.25
.09
.17'.
.on";
.04
.15
.11
. -07��
$No sUH'k on the market
A paragraph In last afo^ng'a son,
merits contradiction, A d.-rMi .��� [lb i
is uttered against tbe hwiabors of tiie,
city c.iiiincil of IS"'.*. An attempt [a
made to discredit Mr. Uctallack's can*
diducy hocause ho was a member of
that council, lt is, in effect, charged
that this couneil illegally expended
tho revenue on hand from licenses by
paying city debts with it. They actod
under compete.,t legal advice in so dj
irig, and also acted for the hest interests of the city. Thc members of that
council were John Keen, Mayor and J.
L. Retallack, Hamilton Byers, Alexander Cameron, Josiah Fletcher and
O. T. Stone. These men are still recognized as good citizens and have .not
yet been landed In jail where the auth-
": or of that paragraph might be if he had
his deserts.     -   ���
MillK. toil*. Minn.
1'iiVlie       '-'i, I   ';������:..
'���..'Ill      ll'sU fi'll
���viiltcwalcr    17
Ueeo	
Mian. Slur' :- lai I   ml
���oil
'.mi Ms.,,1 .��� -Hills,
880 i hiirli-siuii
.���ii Antolne
i., i -
02 Hi  iiolli-k ..
Tons.
42
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l.n.'k; Jim
l,ll��t Cliioioe.
 di noiigh	
I'lirdnnelles	
,-er Bell
'  iiili'i'lllr.lli-;,.
The following Is i)  partial stalcmeiil of ore
���lilptner.ts over Ilie c. I. It. Irom  Slocan  unci
I.tirdenti points since January 1st, not included
lu the foregoing:
Mine. Toiii. Mine Ton-.
\inn ..liver...       4n Slhi-rCup        410
'Slot-nit Star     R20!wavoiluy\      00
I'liyne    2100 Idaho    1000
Kiitc-prlso         Hi ijiii-i'n  llc-w     (MO
(Concentrates!
OI the foregoing, the following have^ paid dividends as follows:
Payne.  :.fl.lsAI.OOOiNoBIe Five.'.. "' 40,000
Sloinii Star....    4l>0,0iXlili)O(leni)UKh...      82,,">IXI
Ruth     800.IMI Washington...      20,000
Ileco     287,710 Jackson........      20,000
I'.amblcr-C'ari..      40,0011 Surprise  20,000
(JIIANOKS IN MINING LAWS.
The following changes in the British
t'oliinihia mining laws should bo carefully studied by those interested in
mining in t|iis Province;
llrst of thoso rifi'i'.* to ihc location
of fractious, in all fractions surveyed
from now on, v.liothor staked correctly
or not, the surveyor muy adopt the
boundary lines of the surrounding
claims, provided no side exceeds 1500
feet in length. Ui Other words, tlie locator is entitled to tho vacant ground
that ho claims, even if he does not
stake it in such a manner as to include
it all, whit h ho seldom does.
By a recent decision of the courts a
prospector loot a claim because of inability to secure the post necessary to
mark the location. The amendment
provides that in oases where claims are
staked above the timber line, or the
prospector can not secure the necessary posts, ho may erect monuments of
earth or stone.
In staking an extension the posts are
often planted so as to form a wedge-
shape fraction between two ends of the
two claims. These fractions have often incurred great expense, not only in
recording and surveying, but in cases
where they carry the lead, and thus become ol sUOh value as to |iroinulo litigation. The amended dot authorizes
the surveyor to include such fraction,
provided it docs not cover more than
61.65 acres, the area q| a full claim,
and provided further that two location
posts aro together.
By failure to record assessment work
within the required period of one year,
either through oversight or the mi��-
undorstnndiug of partnership interests,
valuable claims have been lost. Now,
if a prospector fails to record the work
within a year, he has 30 days' additional time in whieh to make tho record by
payment of an extra 810, provided that
tho work is done within the your.
Another change regarding the assessment work is in that particular
which called for work to the u-muuntof
���-.-leo each year. ' Now, a miner can do
and record as many assessments as he
pleases In a year by paying the recording fee tor each assessment done to the
extent of*100.
InciiBO anybody should adverse ah
applioatiou for a certificate of improvement nnd crown grant, the contestant
must have bin claim surveyed immediately and tile a plan made and signed
by an authorized provincial land sur
veyor with the writ.
To obtain a crown grant in 1890 It
was necessary to do assusHineut worlcto
tho amount of $500 and to havo thc
claim surveyed, which ���meant another
$luo. In 1897 the act was amended so
us to provide that up to May 1, lSiis.the
cost of such survey should count an
work done on the claim, not to exceed
iHUO. Iu plain English, it oonntotl its
nn assessment and its work toward the
crown grunt. A survey generally costs
���Mtn*. The last legislature extends the
time in May I. I889i
ll'.reafler, in ri ,i i  0 proceedings lu
eiitii iio: with the   liilc   to   mineral
claims, in-fore any ciiuii, each party to
ibe proceedings snail   give affirmative
. viilciici: of title. 1 In etoloro tho burden oi proof was on the contestant.
The foe for recording assns-uncnl
work hus been reduced from 8^.70 to
tfJGO, Heretofore tne feo fur recording
assessments has been 2i> cents higher
than other foes,
Anybody who pulls down illegal post
, i-i'di-d to murk a boundary or location
ol a mineiiil claim, or any writing by
law required to be thereon, is liable to
imprisonment for six months or a Una
of $200, or btjth. This is supposed to
by directed particularly toward preventing tbe use of.old posts by people
w)tti restates a claim and sometimes destroy evidences oi a prior location.
Besides thc foregoing, other mines, unstock.
ed, have paid dividends at follows:
Iilaho. | 240,000 Last Chance...     87,000
Whitewater...    194,000 Antolne      35.IXX)
Sloean Boy....     25,000 Monitor      15.QU0
Following In a comparative statement of ore
shipped from parts ol the Sloean and Almworth
Ho, Fishermen.
Will supply ycni
with Evertlimg
Needful at Low
���J
r
prices, Steel rods,
���Jointed or Telescoped;    Hooks.
Baits and Flies; Silk lines, enamelled and waterproof;
Landing Nets, Reels and alt Kinds of Repairs. . 1 full
line of Hammocks and all kinds of Sporting Goods.
I
In tbo Grocery Dopartment, a line line of Fancy Groceries  will soon
arrive.   Try our Klondike Deviled Crabs, now here. i
In the Clothing Department, try onr celebrated  lighter weights  of
Health Underwear for warmer weather.
H.Giegerich
Kaslo,    Sandon,     Ainsworth     j
���*i .,..���  _.  .- _          -..
jpor the Jobbing   | r#4e 1
.fust Received, a Large Invoice of Ogars, Including KKV
WEST, SYLVIA. OLYMPIA, 1'OlU'NA. DKLIil.V. ES*
PANOLA, TRIUMPO, MONOPOLK AND SWELL I
This is in addition to my already well  ci-tablished   GROCERY
T��� L.A.1UCKEUS.
THE KASLO GROCERY, l'r'mls,ril'l','<nwwn'r^a,^^hT;,,,,,,,i,i,,.
Stocks     jl^S^S^g^^^. ' Screw
and.Di.es iMlM^^^HifA^ v   -Plates
Greneral Hardware !
���   Paints; Oils, Garden Tools.
Hamilton Byers,   Kasl��
AOBNT TRUAX AUTOMATIC ORE CARS.
Sandon.
P. BURNS & CO.,
KASLO   MARKET.
All Kinds of Fresh and Cured Meals.
FISH m   OULTRY IN SEASON
FRUITS !
Confectionery,
Tobacco, Cigars /
Bent in every line. A stock of fancy gro-
cerieH is soon to be added to our ntoelc.
Carney Bros-.,--
front Ht., opposite Kaslo* Hotel, Jtuslo, B, ('.
J. Turner & Co.,
Postofflce Box 29.
Wholesale dealers in Hay,
Oats, Bran, Chop & Pruits.
Agont for Marshall's Teas.
Importers of Cigars and Tobacco. Mail orders prompt-'
ly filled	
Front st., near News Office, Kaslo, B.0
*��� i.i.,3 _.-...-.
MIHC'KI.LAM-:Ol'S A l)\*KHTISKMi:\"rs.
^rV. J. TWISS,
Real Estate and Mining Rrokei'!
INSURANCE
Fire, Life, Accident ami (iuni-tiuti'iv   front Si.
K >SU), 11. O.
K
OOTENav steam laundry
White Labor.
Improved Machinery.
The Bost Work at
Reasonable  Price.*.
Kaslo, B. C.
STEAMER HALYS.
CAPTAIN W.W. WEST.
Does Jobbing Tr.*de ou Kootonay Lake.
Leave orders with Oeorge' Huber, -Intoma-
tionul Wharf, Kanlo.
If you're after the news���red
hot from tbe wires���read the
News,      :     *     :     :     :
I
Subscribe For the
MORNING   NEWS,
Be Enterprising:.
Advertise in
T__ t .."    '    '
WS
, And Increase Your business.
QIVETtAfRIAL
IT WILL PAY YOU. =c
Did You
EVER !
See Such a nie,' line of
Fishing Tack!.- as we are
showing this month?
Tako a look at it and
be convinced that it is'
the best in town. It don't
oost auy thing to look,
and if you buy, you will
find prices lowest of the
low.
ftFine Watch Repairing.
AMONT & YOUNG,
_i.,FRONTST ,      -      K..SI.0,11.C.
Drting Goods a Specialty.
���wmmmsmmae.
Official Directory.
DOMINION  IJIKI-.l TOUY.
ilovernot-Ciniu-riil Earl of Aberdeen
I'rerniei-    ....      Sir Wilfrid Luurlor
ML.inperlloiiKi'oI Communis, Dominion PAflia-
ment, lor Went Kootenny Hewitt Bostock
".;��� PROVINCIAL  DIRKCTORY.
l.ieut,-&s��venior Hon. T. II. Jlollines
l'ruinwfi ������������ iimi I- II. Tinner
AltoBnfflT-OeniTHl lion. D. U. Eberts
Com, oTsVaniis nii.l Work* Hon. it. ]). Martin
Minishir^llues nml Eilm-mion . Hon.Jas.Baker
PriiBrilont Execntlve Council . HoikC.E.Poolej!
l'rovin6ial Mineralogist
Members Legislative A*-, mbly for West Kootenay���North Riding .... J..M. Kellie
Soutb Riding   ... .   .   .1. F. Ilniiie
KASl.O OFFICIAL DIRKCTORY.
Mayor I Ino.W. Mi-Ann
Alderman--A.W,Oooilt'iiough, l.K Anlmr.J. D
Mnoistiti1. Hartin. D. XV Men,., i,e,i. IVhltesWe.
City Clerk .... K. !���:. Cliipmiui
I'nlice Msglstrnte . Alex Ulcus
City Maxtluil M. V. Adsimi
Assists*!* IV. A   .Millie
AmlUor CD. McKenzib
Treasurer s. H. Green
Assessor S. l: Tuck
Water Cuimmls'li.iier   .      .      .     R. A. Cockle
Health OPcer   . Dr. J. 1'. B. Rogers
Citjr council meets evor\ Weilnesday 4 p. in.nt
ylmlV,.4thht., between Kronl *t. and A ave.
lUSiu.N'TEKR FIRE DEPARTMENT.
:;iiieIi_>T     ....     Hugh P.Fletcher
First .pujiity rliicl       . Goo. Reld
Scconn'rwimty Chief. .  JohiiGJllls
Third Deputy Chief      .      .      Geo. Whiteside
Secretary Archie .Moni.-
Treasurer Bus Admin-
' I DISTRICT  ll,.  ' rORY.
Mining Reconler-Assevsor Ti.m Col. . Jno.Keen
Collector nf Customs J.F MeJntosli
School Trustees -Ann i-l ' iarnoy  J. D. Mm,re.
G. 0. Blirhanan. Principal -Prof. Jus. Hislop.
:';-.' KASl.O P08TOFI ICE.
Uone��(U delivery open daily ISu'ndhysexcept*
ed) fromS a. in. until T p. in. I.oliliy open from
7a. m:!ws.:iOp. m. Mini* Ior.des_ftkB,c.lo.5e.��Xi.
ery evwung except Saturday and Sunday, nt ti
p. in. Jifa'ls arrive from t'nitrd States and lake
polntrtlallv exeept Sunday, at U.3D p. in. From
c. P. R.'tmd Sloean points, arrive dally, oicepl
Sunday, att p. ro. Registration ollice opon.S.SO
a. m., 6.80 p. m. Money order office nnd Post-
o'llee Savijigs Bank open 9a, in. to 5 p. in.
'.  -.3 S. II. UKr'.KS. I'oMinaster.
���jjfctATERXAL Olti.ANI'.ATniNS
/  HASi iNil   Casio Lodge N... 'l\ A. V, A
A. M., meets lirst  Sandfly In'every
month at  Masonic liall '.ver Green
,%Bros'. store.   Visitim; hrothera   in*
.    vile.l to attend.       H. Byers, W. M,
E. K. Chipman, Secretary.
MASoirK_CHAPTER- Ksiotena; Chapter R.A.
M., hotdl regular convocations on llic second
Tuuschtfof each mouth In Mi ��"i|i holl.Kaslo
Visitlni emu 1-iiiuuisR n. e conlially Invited:
Chas. Triunbull.SrrTlje K. E R. ChlpIftatV, Z.
ACCABEES slueau Tent No, ti, Ku ..���:.- ol
ihc.-faopabees, moots second nnd f. nrth Mini
days ul each luouiii ui .ivi igslon's hall,Kaslo
Vlsittug Kuliflits cordially invited
*i'.     J*    IV. A. Davies, Cofcinanner.
Dnlph JoWlson, Keeper ol Records.
FORESJtWrs- court Kailo No. 31*7, Independent QMW of Foresters.   Meets 'Ith Friday  ol
each month   in Viotorla   house      Visiting
brethren are cordlallv In*, ill
W. B. Strathern Chief Ranger.
W. 3. Hall, Recording Becretury.
CHURCH DIREl .'DRY.
METHODISTCIICKCil   Cor, C mid fill: st,    Di-
vin��rt*yices every Sunday n a. in. arid 7.80 p.
m. Sundav school'Jl.'.IO. Strangers welcome.
Kev. .1. A. Wood, Pastor.
PRESBVTERIAN I Ilt'lti'll    Cor. 4th si. and B
ave. Services every Bunday ll a. in. und T.iiti
P.m. Bnnday school and Bible i lass, 2.110 p.m.
rayeimectlng Wedneailay evening * o'clock.
Free seats. Strangers heartily welcome.
55   '        Kev. A. D  Menzies. Minister-.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND   Southwest cor. ol C
ave. andMh st. Services every Sundaj at ll a.
m. and 7.80 p. in. Allan- eotdiftlly invitft.L
Re/. David Richards, MIssioner in Charge'
tATHOLrC'CHI'RCH-l'orii.'r C avenue  and
mh st.   No regular pastor at present.   One**
ional services by speoial anuounqooiett',
'HOTELS AND Rl..-r.M',:.\NT.-!
Central Hotel,
FRONT ST.', KAsl.(\,Il.C.
New Bultdtpg.���Newly Furnished Throughout.
y
Be8t._B.ooms in thc City.
A r����FSCLA8H BAR IN i n.NNKi HON
. . HKCTIilt A CO.
 ^_M_M_fc_fcW��__WWW-i---..WIIIIII si .  .   ���*-����������*.   -!���.�� __si*1
Adams House,
.  . '      KASl.O, 11. C
RATES, fl I'KIt DAY AND I'l'WAUDS.
Adams Bros., Props.
Sole agents lor PAB3T IIKKIt. Milwaukee V Is
Nelson House,.
KASl.O, B. C.
NRI-SON A BOSTRUM, PBOPRIEfoftS,
Nicely Inmlshed rooms. Harwell slocked. Spokane Hear on Druiigllt by Schooner or quart
Best Irealuoeh In the city.
Silver King Hotel
OTTO AUGU8TINE, PROPRIETOR.
Bar and Billiard Room
IN CONNECTION.
Rooms Uem.fl per week up.   Newly lurnistcd
throughout.   Electric Lights.   Frond" at., next
OCT toTSwt Oflice, Kaslo, B. C.
Kalama Hotel,
��� KUSKONOOK. BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Otherwise.ArmHliong's Landing
and Go*t piver Und lng.
Mrs. Wm. Middleton. Propr..
ffe aster eefeeieUj to tbe tmveliug public.
PROCLAMATIONS.
Ll.S.]     THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PUOVINCKof BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of
the United Kingdom of Great Brit-
Bin and Ireland, Queen, Defender
of the Faith, ike, &c, &,c.
To all to whom these Presents shall
come���Greeting.
A PROCLAMATION.
D. M. Eberts, Attorney-General.
WHKUEAS it is advisable to establish tho following polling
places in the several and respective l'.lectoral Districts hereinafter
named.
NOW KNOW YE that, by virtue of
tlie authority contained in tho "'Provincial Elections Act," the Lieutenant-
Governor in Council ileoliires that the
following polling places shall bo, and
they are hereby, established for the
several Electoral "Districts, the names
of wliich are sot opposite 8uch polling
places, respectively, that is to say:���
Kaslo, Ainsworth, Pilot Bay, Aro-en-
in, Sandon, Now Denver, Silvorionfl
Slocan City, Robson, .Titmice Point'
fl on her lake; White w ate rSt at inn, Three
Forks, Deer Park, Slocan Junction of
O. & K. R}'.
In Testimony WnyK'soi* Wo .have
caused these bur ly-ttors to bo
��� made Patent and the Great Seal
of British Columbia to be hereunto
affixed: Witxkss, the Honourable
Thos. R. McInnes, Lieu ten ant-
Govornor.of Our said I'rovince of
British Columbia, in Our City ol
Victoria,' in Our snidProvineo,thts
flftoenrti day of June, in the year of
Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and ln the
sixty-first year of Our Reign.
By Command.
A. CAMPELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
[US.]     THOS.R.Mc'INNEsS.
CANADA.
! ���[*.-.>VINCF of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY THE OUACJE OF GOD, Ol-'THl-:.
UNITED KINODOMOF OREAT BRITAIN
AND 111 KUAN 11. qi'KE.V, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, A-c, Aid *c.   "
To Our Faithful the Members elected to serve
in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of British Columbia,mis! to all whom
il may concern,���GREETING.
A rKOCLA.MATIOX.
D M EBERTS     ' "VA7*"irEREAS WE HAVE
nnd consent of Our Executive Council of our
Province uf British Columbia, to dissolve Ilie
present Legislative Assembly of Our s,iid Province, which stands prorogued until summoned
for dispatch ol business.
NOW KNOW YF. Hint We do, for Ibis end,
publish ihisour Royal Proclamation, and do
hereby dissolve the Legislative Assembly ne
cordingly, and the members thereof Hi-e'dis-
���hiirgcd from further altendiincc on same,
IN TESTIMONY WIlKltFOF We have caused
these Our Letters to be unido Patent, and
the Croat Seal of British Columbia lo lnc
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, the Honourable THOMAS R. JileTN.NES, LleutctianV
Covornor of Our snid Province of British
Columbia, in Our City oi Victoria, in Our
said Province, this seventh dav of June,
in the yenr of Our Lord One Thousand
Eight Hundred aiid Ninety-Eight, nnd In
the sixty-first year of Our Reign.
llv Command.
B. H. TYRWHITT DRAKE,
Registrar of the Eilprcme Court.
Mb .lune, lWiis.
I t IS HONOUR THE   l.IKI'TENANT-COVER-
II nor has been pleased reappoint i-T.Ki'ru-
::U S. ANDREWS, Esquire, to be Returning Of-
iicer for the Slocnn Riding of West Kootenay
I !��� < toral District; nud
His Honour the Liculeiinnt-Covuruor hns
been pleased to appoint nud declare the Government Office, Kaslo, to be the'place for the
nomination of ciiudiiriite* for selection to the
Legislative Assembly In tho Slocan Riding oi
A'est Kootenay Electoral District.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
DRJ.F.B. ROGERS,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
* - -...-���
Graduate Trinity University, Toronto, Ont
Member of College ol Physlciaus and Surgeons-
Licentiate of the B. C. Qouncil.   Late of New
York Hospitals and Polyclinic*   Office on A
av. Hospital cor.Sth st. and B ave., Kaslo,B.C.
j)K. A. S. MARSHALL,
DENTIST.
Graduate of American Cpllege.Chloago
kaslo. a c.
[l.s.]    THOS. R. McINNES.
CANADA.
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
VICTORIA, BY THE GRACE OFGOD, OFTHE
UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OF
THE FAITH, A:c., Ac, Ac.
To alt to whom these j resents shall come,���
('ikef;tino.
A l'KOCLAMATION.
11  M  FHFHTS      )"r)C7"HEREAS    WEARE
i. ',���;���'..;.......rii I  W     desirous   and   (3
Aiinrne)-Ccnernl.5   Y ��      solved, as soon �����!
muy be, to meet Our people of Our Province of
Hritish Columbia, and to have llieir advice In
I Mir legislature, We do make known Oui- Royal
.'.'ill und pleasure to call n new Legislative,Aa**
-s.-inliiv of Our suid Province; und do further
declare that, by the advice of our Executive
Council of British Columbia, Wc huve this day
given orders for Issuing Our Writs in due form-,
For culling ii new Legislative Assembly for Our
suid Province, which Writs ure to bear date on
ilie seventh day of .lime. Instant, und lo bere-
uininlile on or before the thirty-first duy. of
Annus! next.
IN TESTIMONY WH1CKFOI- We hnve caused
these Our Letters lo be mado Patent, nnd
ihe Public Seal of the s��i.l I'rovince te be
hereunto affixed: WITNESS, the Hon-
ourabloTsHOMAS R. McINNES, LleuteH-
tint-Governor of Our snid province of
British Columbln.in Our city oi Victoria,
in l.livr snid Province, Oils-sevenrhduy of
.Inue, In the year of our i.ni.'. one Thousand Eight Hundred und Ninety-Kigiit,
and in tlio sixty-first yearoj Our RetgD,
By Coiiimund.
B. II. TYUVi nn," DRAKE,
Registrar of thc Supreme Court.
[I..S.],    THOS. R. MOINNES.
VICTORIA, BY TUKGKACI. OF QOD.OFTHE
UNITED KINGDOM ul-'KREAT BRITAIN
AND IRELAND, QUEEN, DEFENDER OJ
THE FAITH, Ac..,'.,' .Ac.
To ihc Returning Officer ol the N.-l-on Riding
ol West Kootenay 'Kleetornl District:
WHEREAS   HIS   HONOl'R   THE   LIEU-
tenant-Covci'iior of  British Cohnnbla
hns, by u Proeitiiiin'ion bearing date
llic 7ih dny of ."lune, ISDs,  1,,'en pleased   to dissolve tlie' Legislutlve   Assembly   of  the said
Province; ninl whereus ii i>  neoessary to hold.
Elections throughout tlie snid Province  to fill
tlie vacancies caused by sneh dissolution, We
command you that,notice ofthe time nnd place
of Election being duly glvin, you d-icnuseElec.
tlon  to  be  made,  according to law, of One
Member to serve in ilie Legislative Assembh-
of the Province  of   British   Columbia  for the
Slocnn ltiding.of West Kootenay Electoral District, nnd thnt you do cause the nomination of
Candidates at such Eleotlon.to bo held on the
'.-.ill day of June, 1888, und do cause the name
of such M.eml)er, when -o eleete.I.  whether lie
be present or absent, i" be certified :u Our Su-
nr,-ne. Conn, ui He-rit;. of Victoria, on or before the :11st duy of August next,   the   Eleetiou
so made, distinctly and openly under Our Seat
dlllv indorsed n[ ,rj ti i-. Our writ.
IN TEST1.MONV WHKIIKOF. 'AV linve caused
these Olu*Lclters lo lv  mSdtt   Patent   under the Great Kea! ol Out *.iid Province of-
iBritish ColmtAiin:   WITNElja, the llun-
������.uiul.le T1IOM \- t:    MelNNES; at   Our
Goverumcm lli.-ise, at Victoria, tliiss,.-,
euth dny of Juno, ni ilie year of Our Lord
due Thousand Eight Hniidn-d nnd Xinis.
ly Eight.
Bv Command.
II. H. TYRWHITT I'R IKE,
Beglstrar oi the Bupreme Court.
Tbe Government of the
PROVINCE of BRITISH COLUMBIA
Klectoral District, West Kootenay,
Slocan Riding: . .
To Wit.
Public notice in hereby triven to the
electors of tho Slooan Riding, district
(if West Kootenay, that in obedience
to Her Majesty's writ to mc directed,
and bearing .date the seventh day of
���lune, In tho year of our Lord one
thousand eight hundred Rtul ninety-
eight, 1 require th�� presence of the said
electors at tho Government olllce on tlie
twenty-lifth day of .lune at 12 o'clock
noon, for tho purpose of electing one
porson to represent them in the Legislature of this province,
The mode of nomination of eamlidate
shall be as follows-:
The candidate shall he nominated in
wrtting! the writing shall be subscribed by two registered voters of the district as proposer and seconder, and by
throe other registered voters of the
Bald district, ns asseitting to the nomination, and shall be delivered to tho
returning officer at any time between
the date of the proclamation and one
p. m. of tho duy of nomination, and in
tho event of a poll being necessary
such poll will be open on the ninth day
of July, 181)8, at the following places:
Polling Places. Klectoral District.
Kaslo  \
Ainsworth	
Pilot Hay	
Argenta	
Sandon 	
New Denver '. West
Silverton    < Kootenay'-
SlocanCity    j       Slocan
Robson  Riding.
Jubilee Point, HouserLk
Whitewater Station....
Three Forks	
Deer Park	
Slocan J4nct,C.&K.Ry.
Of which every porson is hereby requested to take notice and govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand at Kaslo thc
fifteonth day of June. 1898.
Fs-etchek S. Andrews,
Returning Officer.
r
Just
Arrived
A Seasonable Line of
t
. Fine Groceries .
Including Such Delicacies as
' Smyrna Dried Figs. Preserved New Of loans Figs.
Ram Lal Tea.   Chase & Sanborn's Coffees.
And all Noted Brands of Coffee-, Mecca, Mocha a:ir! Java.
Cross & Hlackwell's Pickles. ���
Patterson's Chutney Pickles.   French mustard.
Sliced Smoked Beef and the Noted Beef Extract, Bovril.
Wo call furnish almost any  thing desired in the
Grocery Line."   But that is not all.
Our Men's Furnishing Goods.
Continue to comprise tho Largest and Finest Assortment in the city.    Call
and seo them.
EEN BRO
Corner A Avenue and Third Street, Kaslo. B. C
4eJJ*
Wholesale Dealers in
FRESH FRUITS
and VEGETABLES
Also Hay. Feed and Produce.
We ship diroct from California and are prepared to quote
the lowest market prices on all kinds of fruits in sea-on.
BAK-ER ST.,
NELSON, B. C.
ELECTION REGl LATIOIV ACT.
NOTICE OFTOLL BEING GRANTED AND CANDIDATES NOMINATED
Slocan Riding of West Kootenay Electoral District.
To Wit:
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the Electors of the Electoral District aforesaid, that, a Poll has become necessary at the Election now pending
fpr the same, arid that I have granted such Poll: and further, that the persons
duly nominated as candidates at the said Election, and for whom only votes wili
be roceivod, are:
gUUNAMK.
Green
Retallack
OTHER NAMES,
Robert Francis
John Ley
RANK.PBOFESSION OB
OCCUPATION.
Merchant
Miner.
Of which ALL, persons are hereby required to take notice and  to govorn
themselves accordingly.
��� Given under my hand   at  Kaslo, B. C, this twenty-lifth day of   June, In
the yoar 1898. FLKTOHBR 8.  Wimi-us.
Returning Offloar.
NOTICE.
; The following persons have been appointed  Election  Agents -Tiring th
continuance ofthe preseut election:
NAMS OP CANDIDATE.
i Green, Robert Francis
Retallack, John Ley
NAME Ol'' AGENT.
Geo. Stott, Merchant, Kaslo, 17 C.
O.T.Stone, General Agent, Kaslu, B.(
Dated at Kaslo, I). C, 2.5th .Tune, 1808.
FLETCHEIt S. ANDREW1.--.
Returnin.;' t liBcer
If you want the news while it
it IS news, subscribe for the '
Kasi.,0 Morning News. Its
only SI per month.    .   . '.   .
Advertise in the News.   It pays.
O. I*. R. Halcyon Hot Springs Excursion*.
The followii.j round trip rates have
been arranged to Halcyon Hot Springs
and return, tickets being Rood for sic
days: From Kaslo, $10; Rossland, $8.80:
Nelson, $8; Trail, $7.50.
W. F. ANDERSON  T. P. A.
Nelson, June 24.  J .    4 Ed d
I S . ��� -af a
s!i,j,      ' and quid        i to I he
Cot ���        Vlens ' . :     , 1
ton. '.'     in '.Vs;ii!,-i,   i....   . mines
Pori ,i   :. Sin Franc!    i,_C id'i eb
gold t es and all potuts east and south.
Onli . eeasl via Salt lake md Denver.
Stcn ti ..- tickets to Ei 'ope rl other
tore  .e>*j*evnrtrii -.
O.   iii.ya.Uiam ir 'oi land i \ srj
three riaj s for .-- in 1   i ni isco.
L.-'iv - SjioTiiiiic Time Schedule
.-..in      FAST MAIL    iVnllnVVallui d ���'-1   T.,.,
n,n      land, San Francisco, Baker City    a. ru.
d.lil      lllll.llllrl.il
g.OI      I.OCAl. SIaTL   r. iii. -  iii
u.ii .     I ������! min [ton, Oarfli i 1.   Ci I ax,.  p in.
dally.   ' . . i i Moscotv. ���    I
Fur through tlckoti mui tu'rthor Information,
apply lo JAMES W.\' GH,
Agl I. N. A '1'. i'o., Kaslo, B, 0,
Or ni ' i it. a N. Co.'s office ISO Riverside ave.,
pokiuii   n ash.    II. M. AH-' MS, Ge lei
Or    VS. U. Iii ,.i;t'l.T,<.. I'. A., I ortl im  0   ,
ai Norther
Nelson <_? Fort Sheppard.
Red Mountain Railways.
The only all rail route without
change of cars between Nelson and
Kossland <"_''! Spokane _H_ Rossland,
Tl.MK CARD,
I eav< 6.20 ii. in N'cl.-on. Arrlv   6.88 p. Bl
Leave 12.0. a. in... Kossland. /r?Arrtve 11.20 p.m
Leave8.30 ii. in SpoSMe"! * .Arrive 3.10 p. in
Thc train that leaves Nelson at 0:20
a.-m. makes close connections at Spo-
kan ��� wi li >i ains for ail . . ���
PACIFIC. COAST NHS,   '
Passenj ��� �� for Ijfetrtlo river & Boundary
ck. cOnned at Marcus with stage daily.
��� ��� . ,. ���
.NTERNATION '
KASLO & SLOCAN ^V,Navimtion^Trading Co.,
Ltd
Trains nun
�� Pacific Btandard i Ime.
TIME CARD.
Qoiug ��� Daily ' ' '���
g,00a. in. i.v Kaaio  Ar 3. 0 |   m
8,80 a. in. l.v South Fork ArS.lS p, m,
9.3tia. in. i.v Bproale's.        A.r2.i5 :������ 11.
9.51 b. in. l.v Whitewater Ar2.00p.m.
lo.oiln. in. I.-.-   ���BearLake Arl.lflp.m.
10.18 a. 1:1. l.v McOulgan \r '.:: | . in
io.iis a. in. I v....Cody Junction....Ar t.12 p. m.
lo.uoii'.'iu. Ar  Bandon Lt 1.00 p. at,
Itoamers {uleinatlonal nu J Alberta nr Koofr
rfho ��� Lake and :ti\ ����� -Bummer Time Card ii el
feot ll tii .'.lurch, lR'JS- Subject to ohange.
MEB tNTEENATIONAL-Leaves It
;���:.-'' is iv prii.tis,   itilvMEccpl Siinilnv
* M,       '
GEO. F. COPELAND, Supt
ROUT. [BVINO, S. P. A P. A.
(ill I'I AT
N <) It T I! I-I B N
KAIf.WAV
Tho surveyor's chain mado. it tlir
Shortrst Transcontinental Etouti
!
It is the most n i.lorn in equipment.
Itlslhc heaviest raited line.
1 hasii rook-ballaatroadbed.
Itorosaee ao sand deserts,
it was i.iiiii without land grant <>r govt. aid.
it is noted lor the courtesy of it- e aplo  i
It is only line serving meals on la oai    p   ti
Kootenay oonneotlon at Bonner's Fcrry.Tu a*
il��y,Wednemliiy,Tli!irsil-iy,.-'ai'inliii Rl  I
TRAINS LEAVE BPOKANE.
F.nstwnril 8.60 a, in | Westward 8  "��� p.m
l-'.n- maps, tiekets and complete Information,
call on oraddre i 1.N.& 1 Co.'s agts, K.&B. Ry.
ngts.orC. G, DlXON.Oen, Agt., Bpi '   I   ,'"���������
F.i.vvHiTN':v.(i. r.A i'. a.,si Paul, Minn
���Tl
���VrNi
80 Arrive Norcliui.rt u.45 a. m.j Boa
; .-nu. in. nmlBpOknno, S.lOp. ra.
Leave Nelson for Knslo sud i-ray points, daily
exeepl Sunday,6.00p.m.LeavB8pokaneAs80a.m. ���
; I ' - [and,8.45a. in.; Northport, 1.86jp. in.
Five Mile Point connection with nil passenger
��� trntusof N. &-F. 8. Ry. to an"df rom Northport,
Rossland and Bpokane,   HCketssold and bag.
I sa',". chookod to all United stales noiuts.     ....
:    STEAMER ALBERTA -Leaves Knslo for Kus
��� konook mii way points and llonner's Ferry,I'h..
'      lav  and Saturdays at 6.00 p.m., arrlvingai
I i:i.. Iiiiiook nt 10.80 p.m. nml Bonner's Perry ai
i a.m. next day.   Roturnlag lvs. nnnner'.- I Brrj
U'cd., Fridays and uml 8ondaysat2p. m., arv.
Kuskonook s p, m��� Kaslo I a. m, following day,
Also fi-sjui Muy Hh uti-iunoi- v.-ili mnkc same tii.
living Kaslo every Thursday at 0 o'clock a. m. i
I iloUncr's Ferry connection with bH passenger
trains of G. N, Ky.. Brv. westward at BpQkane
8.10 p. in., or Iv. Bonner's,Ferry fos' the cant al i
i 1.1.1 p, m.   .Meniaiiriil heri'u* urn included
Pai onjera on SB. International from Nelson,
I etc, ni polntaon leie sonth of Pilot Bay, will
i conneel nt that point with the SB. Alberta.
ingersfor Nelson via BS..Alberta, from ;
point! ..outli of Pilot Buy, oau li; arrangement
I ivi 1' pur*er,_��V8itOJ>-oVor nl I'ilot liny or Alns- .
v or-.h.or csinnoct with Ini'.Tiintiounl nt Ka.slo. '
Company's JrtM&ier. connect Kootenay Lake |
aud jfocan.pQintswltb nil poind ln 0.8. aud
Canada bv way of Bpokane und 1. o< u-m. y river.
u. Al. i:\a.\I 1 Kit, General Manager.
P. 0. Box 122, Kaslo, B. C.
The Canadian Pacific Ry.
* ���AND
Soo Pacific Line.
The cheapest, most comfortable and
direct route from Kaslo to all points in
i.'anada and the United States. The
only line running through tourst oars
to Toronto, Montreal and Boston, am
through tourist carrto Sti Paul
Magnificent sleepers and dining i irs
un all trains. Travel hy this line and
have baggage eheclcod bo destination.
Dally conned ion  from
day, excepting Sunda;
For Kuskono ik ai
day, Wednesdaj    1 -
Kor Argcnl i a ni
l''ri lay at 8.15 ; --n ���
1  ���': ��� ���     :���
���i.
im mil Informatl n -
ALU '-'���'
Krcighl and l'n---
Or to W. 17 ANTtt"
Traveling P.i- '���,.'.'
;.  ,i       I j I i-.
in.ul.-: Paw m.-, u Agent, Van   -'
Write for Klondike foi i it and Map,
Northern Pacific Rj.
The Fast Line.
Superior Service.
Throuph ticket- to all points In Um'."l
States ai��4t)*nadu. Direct Connection
vvlth the Spokano Falls & Northern 1 ly.
Kuskonook and Bonnet Ferry.
i
Str. Ainsworth.
Loa'    K    ,; a    ' y 12 >'clock noon.Monday i
upon .irivni uf Bteai i-
ith ]        ii   n   i --ui Kaslo,  ' Ini
i   , ;��� nd Nelson    irrlvos Bonner'.i I
i irry n p, m., H r I ij ��� ''������ li ���   taj andl   ���
U tvo  B    uer's !���' ii ry 2 i ui      y I
latin la] ,upoi
, r   ��� and west.   A: if   - Knskom ok U p.
tn . i uesday, Thursday mi'l Satun ay.
7. .). MATHEWS, Manager.
��� f.Knsst.n
XltAVBLSR'B OUIDJS.
Summary of Railway and Steamer Time
Curds l-'toiii K.u iio.
For Whitewater, Bandon, Oody, ite\ K.'&. s.
Railway trains leave Kaslu dally ��l 8 u. m.', returning, arrive at Kn*lo nt B.80 p, m,
I r Three l-'orks. New I" nvei Hosebery nnd
Ms lisp, tako K. 4 B. By. from Kaslo to Sandon,
and ill .nice Nakusp A Slocun Hallway, leaving
Band hi dally f.t T.�� a. m.i returning, urrive
dally nt snn.iiin at 4.8B p. m.
Por r.vveisioite, Vancouver, Victoria and other main iio ��� pointson i' P. '��� . bfiat fror.. Nu
'���  i '���::. i-.licii.il, .-;,rs I" lltvclstoke, tl'.;iii
conn     with i    it end      ' '���   ind trains
i .,-,i Blooan Uit). ta] e Bin Btocan   u
-: i  in lake connecting with K'.A S.at Rosi oery
I��� :    orthport.S] oki ne, I i     and m 1 Gratid
I or)  . take thi Btr. luterti i li     I froW Kanlo
dally ut 8.li0 a. tn.-, exeunt Bui day, making con-
necfi. iisni I'i,-..- Mile Point wilh the N.,'-.
Ry,. hence to Northport.  Prom North] i :���<
>ol ine continue the ratlwav, known -   .
Sorl   port as the Spokano Falls    Koi I hern, arriving ni Spokane, Wash., nt 8 10 p, m.
I ikane, take I. N. A '1. Uo '��� Btr.  tl
Perl
d..
TRAINS UBPAItT PROM SPOKANK:
No. llWest .. 8:35 p.m. I No.2 East.     7-.(XI a.
Tickets to apan and China via Taoosw
and Northei * Paciflc Steamship Company. For J��tormatlon, time cards,
maps and tlckots, apply to agts. of the
Spokane Falls* I*.Torthern and Its connections, or to F. D. GIBBS,
Oener 1 Agent, Spoknne Wash.
-ri   from K i: lo 19 Bonn
���   i.iii-'.,:. :                 I ; liu'fsdaya hl."u,
d connect i inoi v with Great
���         train, to Bpi I   m ai   . Ing at 8.10
���  . ,. dsy
Fur l,*i       nd     an eat |>orl lo 'In Red
ii  .:     :  I'.y.. i.riiMitis.' ui '.������ landatU.20a.in,
' . Lllll "      '    be rinrl I  .il  .XsiMUl     > I .
r.'i    ,:    to Itohson, th ' by river ���''������	
to Trail, tfi in ���' ������'. ' . A M u  iliild  Or,
I; ���       ii  ..��- be reached ���. ta i      ' h id Trail
bj down Arrow lakoi i    ���
'������ -i 1 ,'...-    Bol ' ' fi���������:   | Oil '
',.. N   Ry .'r'.i i "- :
��� ��� ���  ..    s. Ihcncc hy i inge - ervatlou.
ik- li   Pllol Bi wn '���'.-.. I. N. -'
-   ���,. ���;   tt. inn rnatlonnl   ���       i- inlo Jull; at-
. . ���.-        . Iny, ill ll.'.M n.   .        LU1  liUg.tuaVI * '.'���!-
mai   p in., arriving ni Kas! i aboul 8 Kin, in
C. P. I   Co.'sBlr.Kokui     I   Katlo dull}.
, (i .���;.!    ,i day, al 1. 10 0    IO-, n; i.i lng  at Net
son in n .i. iu.; returning, leaves Kelson m t p,
in., arriving nt Kaslo at7.80 p. m.
ler Arjeniii nud Lardo,Blr, K kiuicc makes
round trips OTer) I'uusday and i-'riilt... teavfoi
Kl imii Ba! pin.
For lCuskonook,Ft,Steele,etc., taku . ir. Ko.
i ii-.- Inesday . id Ki Iday nt 7 ��������,,
1   s. ,'.-  i   l'n.'.- Sir. Alberta Tuesday,
iimi   ii ��� and Baturday at 8 p, m.   thonoe by
stags to Port Steele Wednesday and Baturday
11 ��� io] itlng li H tabic "f distances from
���  i |i to .surrounding business points
iv.M i.i North.   Mllos,
.VMtCsVMer  17
Boar Lake     ID
MoOuigan IB
Hand rn       ure.     W
I'o !���         81
i'h re.- Forks S>
x.'.v Denver 88
Rosebery 41
I fiilverlon.. 48
I Hlo.-iinClty  M
MakUsU) 70
llurtouCity t)5
Lardo >...-�����.��� VI
Argenta '.... Tii, to
Duncan City 84
IfalryonllolHprlugt 8M
Airowhead  10(1
| i ftUUie 109
Tlionipsou's Laud'g.llll
" l.'.i
180
ity.
81 lir'
D. CHAKLTON, ABBt. Gen. Pa��f. Apt.,
No. J46 Harrison St.. Portland. Ore.
Write for Map otEootenay Country,
rout Lake <
r. rguson.. .
Revelstoke
Cerium ...
Penticton	
Kamloops	
An'ieroft   	
I.yltoii	
Vnlc	
New 3-     n.luster,
Vnniouver, .'il hrs. &V2
Victoria W hour.-'. .Atm
(���.ctlc, 2-' hours}.
moms, uO ;.....���r��
oitland.-is bonis
iii
liU
.'.".i-i
JQG1
.m
..���'.-.��
.409
.MM
'.-'sSU
���120
.s��a
inn in-South.     Jl
le...
AiuiWOTih	
.   11
Pilot Bay	
'.HI
Iliilfour....	
.   '.'1
Sun���.      ........
-y.
Nelson. 1 hours...
1'.!
1'niir	
I'M
Trail	
Nortbnort, 7 hours.liw
ItOSHlailll, III hours.
,m
Martins..'	
AM
��� irniid Forks	
.lull
Greenwood	
.RU
I'ln
Round*ry   	
���'mi
Suoiiariosli hours.
kuskonook	
. 48
i.nut Rivor	
. (
BeilliiiKtoiifRyltert
Port Hill	
1)77
. 78
I.l..US. ....    	
His
lliinniT's Kerry, l:l 1:1-10
Movie Citv	
.126
Swansea	
,m
Wariiner. II.C	
.140
Criinlirook	
.r,;i
KortSloole	
.i.;u
Cunul Pints	
.mn
Windermere	
..'in
Donald	
.-.���I.'
Hidden 	
:s.:o
KASLO
BUSINESS CENTER
OF THE
rORTf
���-
A.nd the  gateway to the Great Slo-
ciii With Its Score or More of
Dividend
Paying
Properties
^������td..ydd ^ Cityof Eriergy I
Is Also A City of !16mes.
Beautifully Situated on kootenay Lake, With a Delightful
Climate. It has Churches, Schools, and Public Reading Rooms
Well Graded streets     A Good Local Telephone system.
The Best of Electric Light and Power Plants, 'Daily Communication wilh
the Outer World through two Gnat Fail way and, Steamboat Companies.
Large Pay Rolls from local Lumbering, On'Sampling ami Other Industrie.:.
ft]     B       ",    i, R    rl Bi   'j
"   M   j    V "i m M ^ -I
d
Is being expended In Public
Improvements This Year !
A
1
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION di'PLY TO
,. e
(3
G.E.MARTIN, Sec'y
T.:7
KASLO, B. C.

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